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Meet our Executive Board



Sabrina Dodos is a Utility Services Engineer with the City of Henderson. She has worked in the water/wastewater industry since her first internship and is passionate about this industry. Sabrina is a Professional Engineer in Nevada and California, and she has worked with agencies throughout the southwest. She looks forward to making NWEA the best organization it can be by fulfilling its mission statement and supporting its members.


Aaron Kraft

Aaron Kraft has 25 years of utility leadership experience, specializing in water/wastewater/stormwater project and program planning, contract negotiations, O&M, permitting, and design/construction management of treatment, conveyance, and storage. He has served as a public utilities director, contract operator, project principal, technical advisor, quality control manager and as project manager for municipalities and for two major environmental firms across the US. Aaron has demonstrated a proven record of successfully managing varied clients’ programs, projects, and water/wastewater O&M systems both publicly and privately. He is an avid volunteer for the American Red Cross (past Regional Board Chair). Local after work life revolves around his wife, trying to convince there two adult children to move to Vegas, his two high maintenance dogs and as of late the sport of Padel.

PWO Representative

Dave Wozynski

Dave “WOZ” Wozynski moved to Nevada in 2012 and his Nevada Wastewater journey began in 2014 at the regional Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility. Dave worked his way through the TMWRF ranks and along the way earned Nevada Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade IV and Nevada Plant Maintenance Technologist Grade II certifications. Dave currently is an Operations Crew Supervisor at TMWRF and throughout his career, he has worked tirelessly to improve and streamline the means, methods and consistency of Operator Rounds and the associated data and information collected. In 2017, Dave vetted, coordinated, configured and implemented an Electronic Operator Round Checklist System, which has become an integral part of the day-to-day activities of TMWRF and its staff. Dave possesses a strong focus on training of staff and has generated, coordinated and implemented several training mechanisms which include TMWRF Plant specifics as well as Wastewater Industry Standards. In 2016, Dave was selected as the North NWEA Large Facility Wastewater Operator of The Year and he continues to put forth the same dedication and work efforts to this day, which earned him such a designation in 2016.


Cody McDougall

Cody is the Environmental Control Supervisor for the City of Sparks. He has been with the city since 2014. He holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Nevada, Reno and NWEA Industrial Waste Inspector Grade IV certification. Cody oversees the pretreatment and stormwater programs for the City of Sparks, dedicated to source control, pollution prevention and spill mitigation. He is a board member for the Truckee Meadows Stormwater Permit Coordinating Committee where he works to ensure compliance with the MS4 permit and improve water quality in the region. Cody conducts public outreach events and enjoys engaging with the community to promote watershed education.



I am the Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor for the Clark County Water Reclamation District. My Background is entirely mechanical, I have spent the last 25 years as a mechanic for several industrial equipment companies before joining the District in 2008. My current objectives are reliability-based improvements and work processes as well as assisting in design of new expansions of the District. I am born and raised in Las Vegas and enjoy knowing what I do makes a difference to our community.



Michael Rawlins is a grade 2 wastewater operator for the City of Henderson. He holds a bachelor’s degree from UNLV in finance. Michael started in utilities in early 2020 after several years of experience in heavy equipment design, maintenance, and manufacturing. In his prior position, he was able to install and maintain equipment all over the world specific to the rebar industry. Michael enjoys spending time with his family, coaching little league, hunting, fishing, and participating in any off-road motorsport. Michael looks forward to helping NWEA achieve its goals and mission statement.

WEF Delegate

Kamrun Ahmadi

Kamrun Ahmadi is currently associate civil engineer in the City of Reno's Public Works department. He primarily manages the design and construction of major vertical construction projects. This includes both internal design teams and consultants, architects, and contractors. Prior to his position in public service, he was a process mechanical engineer with Stantec Consulting and worked on various water and wastewater treatment projects throughout the southwest. He gained a wide breadth of experience in detailed design, construction, and project management.
He believes it is not only our duty to protect the public through robust design, but also to educate the public and build interest in water / wastewater treatment. His volunteer activities included being the past treasurer for NWEA where he learned in-depth about the operational details of the organization, attending and graduating from WEF's Water Leadership Institute, and serving on WEF's leading edge outreach subcommittee. He was selected as a volunteer presenter for the Tri-State conference for the last four years, and strongly believes that the continued education of our communities is paramount to our overall success as a society.
Kamrun enjoys anything related to the outdoors and can frequently be found snowboarding or hiking with his family. He has a passion for learning and finding ways to give back to the community.

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